Category Archives: Fruit

Garden Bounty

Thomas Jefferson once wrote (in a letter to John Adams) “But though an old man, I am but a young gardener.” I’m beginning to gain a new appreciation for that quote. Accustomed to gardening in the Texas Gulf Coast, the Hill Country is … Continue reading

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May Garden Update

Farmers and gardeners spend an appropriately large amount of their time talking about the weather. It’s been an unnaturally cool Spring this year, with welcome rainfall and a few hail storms that thankfully did little real damage to the tender … Continue reading

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April Garden Update

It’s been too many years since I’ve had a proper vegetable garden, and I had forgotten just how restorative putting your hands in the dirt can be for the body and soul. We talk about being connected to the earth … Continue reading

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